Jayme Closs Suspect Could Plead "Not Guilty By Mental Defect" on Wednesday

The suspect in the Jayme Closs case could potentially not plead guilty like he claims he will.

According to WEAU News, there are multiple outcomes that we could potentially see on Wednesday during Jake Patterson's next court appearance.

Patterson, who allegedly wrote a letter to KARE 11 saying he would plead guilty to spare Jayme and her family from a trial, could enter a plea other than "guilty."

WEAU News says if he decides to plead "not guilty" with the option of adding on "no contest" or "not guilty by mental defect," the case could go to trial. A plea deal could also be worked out in this case.

Court is scheduled for 1 p.m. Wednesday.

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